“It’s definitely given my career a jump start, and it’s definitely given me a lot of great meetings,” says first-place winner Tejal Desai, the 40-year-old pharmacist from Austin, Texas. Desai’s script, Cowboys and Hindus, is about a traditional Hindu woman who discovers the meaning of true American grit when she becomes...
Todd Phillips (Due Date) and Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) took some angry - and dare we say, legitimate - swipes at the Writers Guild of America about credit for contributing to scripts and about the general purpose for the guild during a THR awards round table.
On Thursday, October 14, Final Draft, Inc. held it's annual Hall of Fame Award Ceremony at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. This year's Hall of Fame recipient was screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, A Few Good Men, The West Wing). The following are a few photographs from...
Sheila Kogan recaps her experience and reviews a few of the films from this year's New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center.
You wouldn't begin building a house without an infallible blueprint... so why begin a script? Chad Gervich answers the "do I have to outline" debate.
Aaron Sorkin finds Rashômon at the heart of the world’s biggest Internet success story with his upcoming film The Social Network.
David Fincher's The Social Network is a generation-defining film, on par with the likes of The Breakfast Club, Clerks, and American Graffiti; films that captured the collective consciousness of the college generation of its time. This is that film for the 2000s.
Aaron Sorkin, influential and iconic screenwriter of A Few Good Men, The West Wing and the upcoming The Social Network (Oct. 1), will receive the 2010 Final Draft, Inc. Hall of Fame Award on Oct. 14 in Beverly Hills. Mr. Sorkin also graces the cover of the Sept./Oct. 2010 issue of...
Aaron Sorkin on The Social Network! Chris Provenzano & Charlie Mitchell on Get Low! Stephen Schiff and Allan Loeb on Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps! All of this and much more in the Sept./Oct. issue of Script magazine on newsstands now!
Moneyball was in development a few years and championed by Columbia Pictures co-chair cutie Amy Pascal. It’s an adaptation of a popular book by Michael Lewis.